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Early Scientific Instruments
by Philip Wilson Publishers
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||320|
Early Scientific Instruments Europe Anthony Turner Philip Wilson Publishers Ltd., London, England for Sotheby's Publications, first edition Dust cover protected by vinyl sleeve and is like new. Book is like new, clean with no wear or markings. Surveying and astronomical instruments were common in such collections, their role being to impress visitors by displaying the power that a ruler acquired through the control of nature. This book offers selected studies of notable European collections of scientific instruments from the sixteenth to eighteenth centuries.
Early Scientific Instruments: Europe Turner Hardcover. Condition is Very Good. Shipped with USPS Media Rating: % positive. This book is probably the best explanation of the history and scientific development of the electric telegraph ever written. $ Wireless Telegraphy; It's Origins, Development, Inventions, and Apparatus, by Charles Henry Sewall. D. Van Nostrand Company, New York, pp. Profusely illustrated.
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Published by Abbeville Press in New York. Written in EnglishCited by: 1. Probably one of the most significant of the surviving early American scientific instruments is a pair of gunners' calipers made and used by PAUL REVERE () of Boston.
The calipers are made of incised brass, measuring 7 inches in length and /4 inches in width. Early scientific instruments. [Nigel Hawkes] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.
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The nocturnal and other early scientific instruments. ‘Old Humfric Cole’ was the first English-born instrument maker of Elizabethan England and the foremost practitioner of the London scientific instrument trade. Twenty-six of his instruments have survived, six of which are now in the British Size: KB.
Scientific Instruments, An Introduction. The impulse to collect is an almost universal one, satisfying the hunting and acquisitive instincts, the love of beauty, and intellectual curiosity.4/5(2). Early scientific instruments. Authors: Hawkes, N. Publication: Early scientific instruments., by Hawkes, N.
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Catalogue 56 (spring ) has pages for items inserted upside down and backwards. Catalog includes telescopes (1, 4, 6, 8), microscopes and slides (, 12), magnifying ring (11), and a bleeding set. Excerpt. The occasion for the present book was an exhibition of old scientific instruments and mineralogical and biological specimens at Harvard University, mounted on Febru in the main lobby of the Edward Mallinckrodt Chemical Laboratory on Oxford Street, Cambridge.
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Rare first edition of this illustrated treatise on instrument making by the Ulm mathematician and military architect Johann Faulhaber (), a work principally important in the history of science and technology for its engraved technical illustrations of Galileo Galilei’s () famous ‘proportional compass’ – the first such illustrations to appear.
Hastings-on-Hudson, New York: Tesseract First Edition. items in catalogue 61 of which are antiquarian instruments. Original buff wrappers. 6 1/4 x 8 1/2 inches. Staple-bound. Fine. Staplebound. Tesseract catalogues are great references, and include both pictures and detailed descriptions of early scientific instruments, not often found or pictured.
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